• July 23, 2020 at 14:00:00


A 3-Part Series for the Unemployed or Underemployed

Begins Thursday, July 23rd at 2pm CDT
Only $5 for all three 90-minute sessions!

With the loss of employment comes

Loss of Identity
Loss of relationships
Loss of security

Approaching this time of loss with contemplation and creativity can bring compassion to the chaos.  Join us to begin to transform this loss by using your imagination, unconscious longings, and true self to move into the future with renewed vision.

The sessions will encourage you to:

Consider the experience of loss, naming the grief and recognizing the opportunity.


Use creativity and silence to come out of your head and heal your heart.


Reclaim your core—your work can be an expression of who you are.


Three 90-minute sessions on Thursday July 23, July 30 & August 6


2:00-3:30pm (CDT)


Four facilitators will support you during these sessions: Sharon Dunn, Rebecca Guengerich, Paula Loring, and Marshall Lyles.


Only $5 for all three sessions


Virtually via Zoom
About our Facilitator

Sharon Dunn, PhD

Sharon Dunn, PhD, has been serially unemployed throughout her working life and has gained deep wisdom about the value of stepping back to find the foundation of your being as a way to cope with challenges. She is a Spiritual Director and offers her services through Eremos, a Center of Contemplative Life.
About our Facilitator

Rebecca Guengerich

Pastoral Associate at the Lutheran Campus Ministries at the University of Texas and Spiritual Director at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Westlake, Rebecca Guengerich has a passion for helping individuals of all ages discern how to honor their faith in relationship to their vocational calling. Rebecca provides a calm space for people to reflect, breathe, grow and seek meaning in their everyday lives of work, relationships and community.
About our Facilitator

Paula Loring, LCSW-S

Paula Loring, LCSW-S retired from her 40-year psychotherapy practice in 2015. She re-imagined her offerings to the world by becoming a volunteer consultant at the Austin Center for Grief and Loss. Currently, she is facing what it might mean to be truly retired and re-member her fulfilling career to enter a more meaningful and mindful personal life.
About our Facilitator

Marshall Lyles

Marshall Lyles is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor in the state of Texas. Also, a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and certified in EMDR therapy who in addition to his private practice speaks around the country on trauma, attachment, sandplay, and EMDR.